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Golf teams wrap up regular season

The LO boys earn another victory while the Laker girls take second again

Lake Oswego’s boys golf team capped off its final regular season tournament of the season with a solid win at Oregon Golf Club, cracking 300 as a team.

The Lakers’ score of 298 was good enough for a 25-stroke victory over second-place Tualatin. Brock Anderson finished with an even par round of 72, carding three birdies on the front nine while tying for medalist honors.

All five Laker golfers cracked 80 on the day. Adam White was even through nine holes and finished with a 74 while Joe Torkelson was one stroke behind with a 75.

Cam Nicklos rounded out Lake Oswego’s scoring with a 77 and Michael Zhao shot a 79.

For Lakeridge, the team finished in sixth with a team score of 345.

Avery Keating had another strong outing with a 76. Tim Lee was next, breaking 40 on the back nine and shooting 81 while Kevin Thropp shot a 92.

For the girls, Lake Oswego stayed consistent and shot 345, good enough for another second place finish as the Lakers gear up for districts.

Delaney Talovic had an outstanding tournament, shooting even par through the front nine and carding a 78 to shoot her team’s low score of the day.

Cami Dozois was close behind with an 81 while Mary Jane Anderson shot 90 and Emily Leach fired a 96.

Kendall Freeman also had a nice day for Lakeridge with a round of 79. Katie Bogert shot 43 on the back nine and finished with a 93 while Kate Lisle shot 98 as the Pacers took fourth as a team.